One gal’s accessibility round up

One gal’s accessibility round up

Accessibly when used in my work refers to making digital product equally available to everyone, regardless of disability. The usual story I tell about getting interested in accessibility was when I was assigned to make an app accessible during my internship. There was a short “how-to” presentation that mostly covered things like color contrast and…

What comes next

What comes next

Before I started grad school, I wrote to myself about what I was hoping to learn and become at the end of the program and would check in every semester (or so) to reflect on how it went. Three years later, here I am again starting something new. Any teacher’s pet knows that the real…

What I know now // 030

LOL to casually trying to pretend this is a monthly installment after 8 months. But on the other side of nearly two months of relaxing, reflecting, and slugging around I finally feel a little in the mood for writing again. I won’t try to fill in the whole 8 months, but I thought I’d talk…

Performance of Self (is hard)

I have been listening to an audiobook called in The World Beyond Your Head and Chapter 9, The Presentation of Self, has really been sticking with me and I thought I’d share. In the past, there were more trades people and a person would received his identity through his vocation. He was successful and viewed as successful…

The hypochondriac

The pair of yellow seats are a relatively new addition to the train. What I mean to say is that the yellow seat cover is new, but the seats themselves have always been there. It’s to gently remind people that these are the seats reserved for the elderly, pregnant, or those persons otherwise in special…